Monthly Archives: November 2009


I owe a whole shit-ton of you (mean­ing con­tribs) books. I've been so busy for the last two months I'd for­got­ten about that, uh, very impor­tant part of the deal for pub­lish­ing here. Please remind me in com­ments if I … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Dark Hole, fiction by Rosanne Griffeth

If you mis­step just six inch­es to your right, you will fall right into it. It swirls bright­ly and is fit only for trout to live in. If you do mis­step, you will plunge up to your neck in the … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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William Gay Interviewed at the Oxford American

William Gay has carved for him­self an endur­ing posi­tion in the mod­ern South­ern lit­er­ary land­scape, and the echoes of his work have rever­ber­at­ed far beyond the red clay hills sur­round­ing his home in Hohen­wald, Ten­nessee. The South of his books … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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A Writer’s Apprenticeship: Larry Brown – Part II of VIII

Hi–here's a quick link to the next Lar­ry Brown post on Dar­nell Arnoult's blog.More from Fried Chick­en lat­er on this week. We're dig­ging out from book box­es right now.

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Larry Brown News

I post it when I have it, folks. And as I'm right in the mid­dle of mov­ing six­­ty-five cas­es of books, along with the unim­por­tant stuff, this is like­ly all you'll get out of me this week, so pay atten­tion … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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